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Published:Thursday | November 26, 2015 | 12:37 PM
Contributed Photo Duncan Stewart (in car left), director of Stewart's Automotive Group and German Ambassador to Jamaica His Excellency Joachim Christoph are impressed by some of the luxury features in the 2016 BMW 7 Series as staff members look on.
Contributed Photo Deputy Head of Mission at the German Embassy, Michael Dumke and his wife Nertila Dumke were out to see the new Bimmer.
Contributed Photo: Oh what a ride! The new 2016 BMW 7 series on the lawn of the official residence of the German Ambassador to Jamaica in Jacks Hill, St Andrew.
Contributed Photo From left: Business leaders Mark Myers, managing director of Restaurants of Jamaica, the owners of the KFC and Pizza Hut franchises in Jamaica; Gassan Azan of Bashco and MegaMart and Metry Seaga, president of the Jamaica Manufacturers Association in conversation at the launch.
Contributed Photo From left: Duncan Stewart, director of Stewart's Automotive Group; his wife Debra and Maria Toledo De Schmillen, wife of German Ambassador to Jamaica His Excellency Joachim Christoph, pose for photographers at the launch.

The clouds didn't open up on the unveiling of BMW's brand new 2016 flagship 7 series sedan at the residence of the German Ambassador to Jamaica, His Excellency Joachim Christoph Schmillen in Jacks Hill, St Andrew on Tuesday. Specially invited guests, including business and diplomatic leaders, graced the

front lawn of the residence to take in the top-flight sedan.

Led by Ambassador Schmillen, Duncan Stewart, and Arnella Goubault of Stewart's Motors - exclusive importers of BMW to Jamaica, guests expressed delight at the countless innovative, high-tech and luxury features.

With BMW labelling the ultra-luxurious sedan, "tomorrow's luxury today", and guests taking special note of the remote-control parking feature, panorama glass roof Sky Lounge with globally unique light display that can be switched between six colours, it was an exciting evening.